1995 Guldstrand Nassau Roadster news, pictures, and information
Chassis Num: 002
When completed, only few exterior components remained of the Corvette, such as the side windows, rear view mirrors, and the windshield. The exterior of the body was formed from lightweight composite carbon-fiber. The overall length of the car was shortened by six inches and the rear was widened by four inches. The air inlets are functional. In the back, there are 12 distinct taillights reminiscent of hte original Grand Sports, which also had 12 holes cut into the rear panel.
Guldstrand had plans to produce a Speedster, Roadster, and a lightweight version of the GS90 which would be sold through Chevrolet dealers. GM, however, did not help in continuing the project. Part of the problem was the suggested price tag - the ZR-1 sold for $72,200 with the conversion to the GS90 costing an additional $134,500.
In total, only six examples of the GS90s in both coupe and roadster configurations were produced.
By Daniel Vaughan | Jan 2011